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Last Updated: November 23, 2021 11:30 a.m. 

American Rescue Plan

On March 11, 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARP) was signed into law making available $350 billion through the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) to assist states, tribal governments and local governments.  The City of Sacramento became eligible for $112.2 million and on May 19, 2021, the City received the first installment in the amount of $56.1 million of ARP funds.

Framework and Funding Priorities 

On September 14, 2021, City Council adopted the Mayor’s proposed ARP Framework and Funding Priorities, and directed the staff to implement City Council direction consistent with the adopted ARP Framework.

The ARP Framework prioritizes the funding of programs and projects in the following areas: 

  • Small Business and Commercial Corridor Revitalization; 
  • Homeless and Housing;
  • Youth, Workforce Training and Gang Prevention;
  • Arts and the Creative Economy; and
  • Valuing City Employees and Addressing Organizational Needs. 

 

Funding Opportunities

Funding opportunities will be posted to this page as they become available.

 

Open Opportunities

The City is currently accepting proposals for the following funding opportunities:

Funding Type Opportunity Name Due Date
 Grant Evidence-Based Community Violence Intervention (EBCVI) Grant Program  12/1/2021
 Services Aggie Square Workforce Initiative Professional Services  12/9/2021
 Grant Evidence-Based Community Violence Interruption, Disruption, and Suppression (EBCVIDS) Grant Program  12/17/2021

 

Closed Opportunities

The City is no longer accepting proposals for the following funding opportunities: 

Funding Type Opportunity Name Due Date
 Services Sacramento COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign 10/15/2021
 Services COVID-19 Gift Card Program Administration   11/15/2021
 Services Sacramento Grant Liaison - Consultant  11/17/2021

U.S. Department of Treasury Guidelines and Compliance

The City of Sacramento must comply with all federal rules governing the use of ARP funds. Resources and guidance from the U.S. Department of Treasury to ensure recipient compliance with ARP State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds include: 

City Documents and Resources

County Resources

City Council Approval Timeline

The City Council discussed and approved matters related to ARP funding on the following dates: 

Date Action Resources
 8/24/2021 Approval of Regulatory and Internal Control Framework for the City’s Use of ARP Funds 📄 Staff Report
 8/24/2021 Workshop on Mayor’s Proposed ARP Framework and Funding Priorities 📄 Staff Report, 📺 Video
 9/14/2021 Approval and Adoption of Mayor’s Proposed ARP Framework and Funding Priorities 📄 Staff Report, 📄 Supplemental Material, 📺 Video
 10/7/2021 Discussion of the Draft ARP Racial Equity Rapid Response Tool and Community Vulnerability Index 📄 Staff Report, 📊 Presentation, 📍 Community Vulnerability Index, 📺 Video
 10/19/2021 Approval of $61.75M in Programming for Small Business and Commercial Corridor Revitalization, Homeless and Housing, and Youth Workforce Training, and Gang Prevention 📄 Staff Report, 📺 Video
 10/26/2021 Approval of the ARP Racial Equity Rapid Response Tool and Community Vulnerability Index Metrics 📄 Staff Report, 📊 Presentation, 📺 Video